Union Force (2018)
  • Union Force (2018)
  • Union Force (2018)
  • Union Force (2018)
  • Union Force (2018)
Union Force (2018) - is currently on backorder. You may still purchase now though and we'll ship as soon as more become available.

If you're a rider who's out in rain or shine, pow or ice, the 2018 Union Force's are for you. Snowboarding is not simply an activity to you, it's your life and you need the correct tool. The Force has incredible value for its performance. The Stage 4 Duraflex ST base offers a responsive and easy ride. At the same time, the Force high-backs allow for flex and tweak, but provide stability, strength, and support. Don't miss a day this year because your binding failed, trust the Union Force.


Medium | 8-11US

Large | 10+US

Binding Details:

Stage 4 Duraflex ST Base  Blended to provide a smooth and responsive ride, Duraflex ST Nylon retains this intended performance in a broad range of temperatures.
Multi-Density Thermoformed EVA Bushings  Multi-Density Thermoformed Bushings sustain their function season after season - unlike competitors who use urethane, rubber or other materials that change color and become brittle over time.
Extruded 3D Aluminum Heelcups  The rigidity and strength of Extruded Aluminum act like a roll cage on a race car - stiffening the entire chassis. The male/female connection with the base provides a seamless response.
Force Highbacks – Duraflex Injected Multizone Force Highbacks are tapered towards the top, providing flex and tweakability where you want it, support and durability where you need it.
Symmetric Sonic Fused Ankle Straps  Three-dimensional Direct-Connect core evenly distributes strap pressure and allows lateral freedom. Minimized stitching provides exceptional durability.
Ultragrip Toe Strap  Multi-positional options and thermoplastic anti-slip material keep you locked in and on point - a simplistic, yet highly durable design.
Magnesium Ratchets – This Union exclusive process produces a material 4 times the strength of aluminum with only 1/2 the weight. Plus magnesium is easily recycled and remains the eighth most abundant element on the planet.